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As part of its 25th anniversary, APS honors distinguished scientists who have transformed the field of psychological science over the past quarter century. In this issue, we celebrate the careers of Judy S. DeLoache, Bruce S. McEwen, and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. ... More>
Michael Gazzaniga will be signing copies of his book, Who’s in Charge?: Free Will and the Science of the Brain, at the APS Convention in Washington, DC. ... More>
In a symposium cosponsored by the Psychometric Society at the 25th APS Annual Convention, four eminent speakers will discuss Paul Meehl’s legacy for clinical psychology and scientific thinking. ... More>
The Association for Psychological Science is an organization of which I am proud to be a member, in no small measure because it has played a vital role in narrowing the science-practice gap — the sharp divide between the research literature concerning clinical interventions and its application to clients. ... More>
Eleanor J. “Jackie” Gibson used her keynote address at the 1993 APS Convention as a call to arms against dualism, reductionism, and a losing dichotomy between nature and nurture. Much of her advice still rings true. ... More>